What do you think of women? Think, think again. From being someone’s daughter and giving birth to a child, she is that one essential creation of nature, which gives us will and a life worth living.
Giving birth to a girl, in our Indian society is considered as burden on a family, we get to listen statements like ‘oh lakdi Hui hai, ab kya hoga’ or say ‘ek aur bojh’.
Why is a girl child an unfortunate to the society?
The status of girls in the Indian society has been greatly debated for many years. Girls are generally believed to be involved in cooking and playing with dolls while boys are to be involved in the education and other physical activities from the ancient time.
Such old beliefs of men have simulated them for violence against women, which resulted in the continuous decrease in the number of girl child in the society. So, there is a huge need to save girl child in order to equalize the ratio of both as well ensure the development of country.
Many people practice female feticide and infanticide, don’t you think women should be given personal freedom other than the constitutional one.
Why women are raped, rather than being worshiped?
In Indian society where women are the most powerful pillars, on the other hand she is treated with low standards.
Wearing cloths of her choice is making her characterless, I suppose from the view of our Indian society. Working late night, going out late means she has no moral values, so you can take advantage and rape her. We are human beings, and some of us should also learn how to behave like one.
We worship women as our great goddesses. We call them DEVI our spiritual source, then why disrespecting her by taking off everything she is covered with, by making her feel miserable on her own existence. Teaching a girl how to dress up, and go will not help rather teaching our society that thinking of women being recessive, is a lie and should start educating the coming generation, that we are not men or women living in a country.
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We are Indians and we have equal rights, and by this we mean any Indian can make his/her own decisions how one wants to have a lifestyle of his own.
The increasing number of rapes in India shows the darker side of our Indian society where people rather than supporting the victim, showcase her as the cause of this disgusting deed.
Basically we need to educate the uneducated and support victims being their power in hardship and motivating them not to lose hope rather fight for wrong go further to win.
Boosting them to improve and not thinking that their life is finished, rather making them believe we are warriors who survive. We fight as warriors and die as legends that make a difference to the world.
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